As part of NASA’s investigation of a mission to Venus, critical data must be collected from the planet’s surface using specially designed and tested scientific instruments. Long-Lived In-situ Solar System Explorer (LLISSE) is a small battery-powered probe being developed to provide long-term measurements of simple but important scientific parameters from the surface of Venus. However, given the extremely hostile environmental conditions of the planet, testing scientific instruments to determine their survivability presents unique challenges since similar lab-created atmospheres that can test the viability of this equipment are rare.
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